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Çıtak 1 Erkan ÇITAK Burak YİĞİT İDE 352 British Poetry 28 June 2020 PART A English Poetry from The Modernism to Romanticism There are actual and intellectual factors inside the origins of Romanticism. As for the primary one, Romanticism owes its delivery to the negative results of Industrial Revolution which enthralled the English society by using shattering the natural conditions of the towns and the destructive effect on individuals. On the other hand, the previous intellectual world is likewise a productive force for Romantic writing. The Romantic Movement may be usual as a response to the consequential effects of Neoclassicism on faith and spiritual approach, which demands the literary subject to be progressive, critical, rational and based totally on reason. John Clare is a rather unnoticed parent in English Romanticism and nature poetry, but he’s been known as England’s best nature poet and the great poet to have written approximately birds. Matthew Arnold is a product of Victorian age marked by means of social unrest, disbelief, material prosperity and religious decline. But his poetry suggests hardly anything in commonplace with his widely recognized contemporaries. His poetry is frequently visible as transitory among Wordsworth romanticism and extra pessimistic modernism. John Clare is a rather overlooked figure in English Romanticism and nature poetry, but he’s been called England’s greatest nature poet and the best poet to have written about birds. Clare’s The Yellowhammer’s Nest shows his wonderful sensitivity to vowel sounds, as an effect of romanticism he explores the patterns found within nature by focusing on the nest of the bird, which is described as ‘poet-like’. In the primary set of six strains the speaker begins by describing a simple “wood brig” that’s the history for a bird flying up from beneath. While it is not stated explicitly inside the text, it can be assumed from the headline that this cute bird is a yellowhammer. A small European cute bird recognized by using its yellow and brown coloring. The tiny bird is doing its pleasant to scramble down to the “dewberry,” a kind of plant closely related to a blackberry. The plant is described as being “misty,” supporting to paint a pure image of the landscape in which the poem is playing out. “Just by the wooden brig a bird flew up, Frit by the cowboy as he scrambled down To reach the misty dewberry—let us stoop And seek its nest—the brook we need not dread, ‘Tis scarcely deep enough a bee to drown, So it sings harmless o’er its pebbly bed .” (Clare) (line 1-6)
Çıtak 2 The narrator then speaks at once to his listeners and asks them to “stoop” down and “seek” out the little bird’s nest. From these traces it’s far easy to tell that the speaker and people he is with have an interest in nature. For this movement to be the entrance of a thirty line poem, it must be important. There is a brook close by that is quite shallow. The narrator says that

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